After more than a dozen years in custody after mental illness, singer Britney Spears was asked by her lawyer on Tuesday to speak in a Los Angeles court after her case, which gave her an appointment on June 23.
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“Britney wants to go straight to court,” a lawyer for former pop star Samuel Ingham said during the trial, without giving further details.
Now 39, Britney Spears lives under the strict terms of a legal contract set by a court in California in 2008, which was highly publicized at the time.
Similar to the custodial rule, it dictates that decisions about the singer are made by her father Jamie Spears. Those arrangements have been fiercely contested in recent years, and Britney Spears’ attorney recently asked a Los Angeles court to appoint a professional guardian to replace Jamie Spears, who is currently handling her case with her father.
Samuel Ingham, who was hired by the court, said the singer was “afraid of her father”.
It only revived the #FreeBritney (#LibrageBritney) campaign set up by some fans on the streets and on social networks, convincing them that the singer was being kept under surveillance against her and that she was sending appeals for help coded on her Instagram account. .
Interest in Britney Spears’ Judicial and Psychiatric Saga has recently resurfaced with the airing of a documentary, Framing Britney Spears, It explores the declining mental health of the star and its treatment, sometimes brutally, by some media.
After filing for divorce from Kevin Federline in 2006 and losing custody of her children in 2007, during her long recession, Britney Spears appeared barefoot at a gas station or shaved his head.